Anan


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Anan

(ā`nən), in the Bible, sealer of the covenant.

Anan

(än`än), city (1990 pop. 59,044), Tokushima prefecture, E Shikoku, Japan, on the Kii Channel. The city was created in 1958 by the merger of Tomioka and Tachibana. An agricultural center, it also produces lime, timber, and wooden goods.
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In a speech posted on his Facebook page, Anan called on the country's civil and military institutions to be neutral in the presidential race.
There's nothing in Alaska, hands down, that beats Anan," says Ettefagh.
Charges were recently made against Anan by the April 6 Youth Movement for the murder of peaceful protesters during his time at the SCAF, alongside former boss, field marshal Hussein Tantawi.
The launch was celebrated by a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by Damas CEO Anan Fakhreddin along with senior management from Mall of the Emirates.
The meeting is attended by National Defense Minister Fayez Ghosn, Finance Minister Mohammad Safadi, State Minister Ahmed Karami, Economy and Trade Minister Nicolas Nahas, MPs Mohammad Kabbara, Badr Wannous, and Robert Fadel, as well as North Region Commander General Mahmoud Anan, Gendarmerie Chief Joseph Doueihi, and Intelligence North Department Chief General Amer Hassan.
Anan submitted his resignation from his mission last week.
Sami Anan, who had served as Tantawi's deputy and as army chief of staff, was given the Order of the Republic.
The source highly appreciated the services of Tantawi and Anan, mainly since last year's revolution until the election of the President.
htm) "retirements" of Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi and Lt Gen Sami Anan , two top leaders of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (Scaf).
The decrees that I signed on Sunday on the dismissal of Defense Minister Hussein Tantawi and Military Chief of Staff Sami Anan were passed in the interests of Egypt," Morsi said.
Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Egypt's Minister of Defense and the Chief of Army Major Sami Anan have retired following a decision by Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, reported Sunday the official MENA news agency.
The team consists of Beth Kelly, Kris Wilkinson and Connor Turner from Tees Tigers along with Connor Bailey and Anan Wang from Bradford and Bingley CC and Meg Bate and Chris Bowers from Stafford CC.